4:15 PM Dec 10, 2014
To the Editor: A recent letter in the Tribune suggested we might be better without the cross on the hill than to defile it with some of the stuff they wish to put on it.
1:01 PM Dec 8, 2014
To the Editor: I am 31 years old and lived in Grand Haven from the day I was born. This cross/Dewey Hill issue sickens me.
11:11 AM Dec 8, 2014
To the Editor: Notwithstanding the efforts of some earlier posts that urged local Christians to stay on point and view the Dewey Hill cross as a constitutional issue rather than an attack on their personal faith, angry letters continue to show up that castigates anyone who may hold an opinion differing from evangelical Christianity.
4:03 PM Dec 4, 2014
To the Editor: The Dewey Hill cross in Grand Haven is the latest controversy in the unrelenting campaign to eradicate the universal symbol of Christianity from public view.
4:15 PM Dec 2, 2014
To the Editor: This controversy over the cross on Dewey Hill appears to prove something I wrote about earlier this year: that it appears we are becoming a society of intolerance and disrespect for each other.
3:08 PM Dec 1, 2014
To the Editor: I agree with the letter sent in by Jeanne LaMourie (“Your Views,” Nov. 25).
1:00 PM Nov 20, 2014
To the Editor: The Rev. John Kenny eloquently addressed the issue of the disingenuous charade of the “Festivus” request by the Americans United group (Tribune, Nov. 15).
1:51 PM Nov 18, 2014
To the Editor: As I follow the news about the “Remove the Grand Haven Cross” group, I find myself analyzing their future plans.
3:13 PM Nov 12, 2014
To the Editor: The Dewey Hill controversy has stimulated a variety of narratives; a virtual community Rorschach test.
12:45 PM Nov 12, 2014
To the Editor: If you choose to breakfast at Morningstar Café on Sunday mornings, you can be fairly certain of a 45-minute wait for seating.

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